Gender and Legal History in America Student Papers Collection

Identifier: MSS-049


For over twenty years Professors Richard H. Chused and Wendy Webster Williams taught a seminar in Gender and American Legal History at Georgetown University Law Center. Their students produced a wealth of scholarly work, and the hundreds of papers in this program cover a large array of subjects in the legal history of gender from the founding days of the Republic through the 1970s.


  • 1982 - 2007

Conditions Governing Access

Copies of unpublished papers in this collection will be made available to any faculty member of a college or university, or to teaching professionals at other educational institutions interested in the legal history of gender in America. Some authors have given permission to make their papers available in our digital repository, and others are not available for use by the general public.

Conditions Governing Use

To obtain a copy of an unpublished paper not already available in the digital repository, please send a letter to Hannah Miller-Kim at

Hannah Miller-Kim, Special Collections Librarian
Georgetown University Law Library
111 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

Phone: (202) 661-6602

The letter should be on the letterhead of a college, university or other educational institution and signed by a member of the faculty or a teaching professional.

Papers may be used by a student conducting research, provided that the request is generated by a faculty member or teaching professional. Please make sure the letter contains the author, title and year of the requested paper, and please include an email address.

Location of Digital Files


4 linear feet (9 .4Hollinger boxes letter)

Language of Materials


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Repository Details

Part of the Manuscripts Repository

Georgetown University Law Library
111 G. Street NW
Washington D.C. 20001